15-24

She’s 15 pounds, and 24 inches long.

OOF.

She’s adjusting nicely to us, and us to her. We’re still wickedly tired, and I PROMISE to post more, including her name tomorrow.

And pictures after the 3rd.

From About dot com:

At 2 months:

your child is 15 pounds, and that is
at greater than the 97th percentile for weight.

your child is 24 inches, and that is
at the 87th percentile for height.

your child has a head circumference of 40 inches, and that is
at greater than the 97th percentile for head circumference.

Erp.

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8 thoughts on “15-24

  1. I was thinking the same thing…

    But whether I know the little pumpkin’s name or not I can still say she’s awful cute and I’m SO so glad that things are going smoothly so far (as smoothly as they can for parents of a little one, that is)

    martha

  2. well she is just getting ready to – play basketball, or volleyball, or reach things on high shelves!

    Are you and Narda tall??? 🙂

  3. Big brains! MAYBE she was being overfed. Sometimes that happens. Either way, we know she is healthy. Can’t wait to hear the name.

  4. My best friend’s baby was in the 98th percentile until she was over a year old. Born at 10lbs 6 oz, she stayed ahead of the curve until genetics caught up with her. Having parents that are 5’2″ and 5’6″ did not bode well for her basketball aspirations!

  5. OMG! I have been away from blogger for FAR TOO LONG! Last time I was on here you weren’t mummy’s yet….. and now you are and she is SO beautiful! I have just spent the last hour catching up on your blogs since the begining of Jan and reliving it through you.

    You are so lucky to all have each other!

    Well done on finally making it to parenthood!

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